Community services

Combined Community Services Grand Reopening Set –

Press release

WARSAW – Combined Community Services reopened on February 28, 2022, the first time since March 2020.

The public is invited to celebrate the occasion by touring the entire CCS building at 4 p.m. on Thursday, April 28 and discovering the impact CCS has on families in Kosciusko County. The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting the same day at 4:30 p.m.

“In the spring of 2020, a pandemic swept our country,” said Randy Polston, Executive Director. “No one saw this coming and we were ordered to close our doors. When this happened, the CCS team focused on working from home to continue impacting the lives of our community. We have clung to the promise that “whenever God calls us to a task, He will equip us”. challenges during this time to make a difference with our guests. We have all ‘weathered the storm’ and it is with great excitement that we are reopening our doors.”

CCS offers comfort, hope and resources to neighbors in need. CCS removes barriers for low-income or crisis-ridden residents of Kosciusko County by providing programs that educate, support and equip clients to achieve a better quality of life. It is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides many programs and services for Kosciusko County. CCS works with people to stabilize their situation through emergency assistance and continues on the road to independence through case management assistance to set and achieve long-term sustainable goals through their programs. economic self-sufficiency.